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Disciplinary differences in faculty research data management practices and perspectives

Katherine G. Akers, Jennifer Doty
2013 International Journal of Digital Curation  
After conducting a survey of data management practices and perspectives at our research university, we categorized faculty members into four research domains—arts and humanities, social sciences, medical  ...  Efforts to develop these resources may benefit from a greater understanding of disciplinary differences in research data management needs.  ...  We also thank members of the Emory University Libraries Research Data Management team for feedback on survey design and presentation of the results.  ... 
doi:10.2218/ijdc.v8i2.263 fatcat:kdeu2tfihrb7dbzxqokrgcg5yq

Designing online interaction to address disciplinary competencies: A cross-country comparison of faculty perspectives

Elena Barberà, Ludmila Layne, Charlotte N. Gunawardena
2014 International Review of Research in Open and Distance Learning  
written communication skills, team work, decision making, leadership and management skills, indicating far more similarities in competencies than differences between the three different applied disciplines  ...  Therefore, instructional design will vary across countries in the same discipline to address the local context, such as the needs and expectations of the learners, faculty perspectives, beliefs and values  ...  Both US business faculty members defined knowledge and competencies from a very practical and skill based perspective.  ... 
doi:10.19173/irrodl.v15i2.1418 fatcat:wdnhgqouvvfmjimrlqummoip6m

Development of an interprofessional and interdisciplinary collaborative research practice for clinical faculty

Keri Hager, Catherine St Hill, Jacob Prunuske, Michael Swanoski, Grant Anderson, May Nawal Lutfiyya
2016 Journal of Interprofessional Care  
The year-long fellowship was grounded in big data analysis and the triangle of informatics-knowledge, information, and data.  ...  This article describes an interprofessional collaborative research practice fellowship designed to foster the research skills of clinical faculty.  ...  The authors alone are responsible for the content and writing of this article.  ... 
doi:10.3109/13561820.2015.1092951 pmid:26934068 pmcid:PMC4819843 fatcat:qdfmk534zbd6dbgqc6d65tmigu

Interdisciplinarity: How to catalyse collaboration

Rebekah R. Brown, Ana Deletic, Tony H. F. Wong
2015 Nature  
The survey will begin to establish base data on how interdisciplinarity can best be stimulated and managed, and look for good practice in this most precious and complex of research endeavours.  ...  This has involved some commitments: to interact in plain English (disciplinary jargon is frowned on); to foster empathy and respect for different disciplinary norms; and to reflect on what is working in  ...  JOURNEY TO T Researchers who are new to working with people from other disciplines oscillate between asserting the primacy of their own eld and hanging back.  ... 
doi:10.1038/525315a pmid:26381970 fatcat:ykqjfelxmnc2rjk7lyovh74apy

Standards of Scientific Conduct: Disciplinary Differences

Michael Kalichman, Monica Sweet, Dena Plemmons
2014 Science and Engineering Ethics  
However there is little evidence of consensus in the scientific community about such standards, at least for the practices of authorship, collaboration, and data management.  ...  To assess whether such differences in standards are based on disciplinary differences, a survey, described previously, addressing standards, practices, and perceptions about teaching and learning was distributed  ...  The authors also thank Tiffany Lagare and Kelli Wing for their assistance in collecting names and e-mail addresses for faculty surveyed in this study.  ... 
doi:10.1007/s11948-014-9594-0 pmid:25256408 pmcid:PMC4375091 fatcat:5gxlaxzqbranpemhif5p6mfkly

Differences among Faculty Ranks in Views on Research Data Management

Katherine G. Akers, Jennifer Doty
2013 IASSIST Quarterly  
Differences among Faculty Ranks in Views on Research Data Management  ...  We also thank members of the Emory University Libraries Research Data Management Team for their feedback on survey design and analysis  ...  Acknowledgments We thank Vincent Carter for his critical role in creating and administering the survey.  ... 
doi:10.29173/iq771 fatcat:yzke7rmnofc6xdxy6cwbimxeky

Bridging the Data Talent Gap: Positioning the iSchool as an Agent for Change

Liz Lyon, Aaron Brenner
2015 International Journal of Digital Curation  
Data Infrastructures graduate courses, a new practice partnership with the University Library System centred on RDM, and the mapping of disciplinary data practice using the Community Capability Model  ...  the mainstream core curriculum, adopting a translational data science perspective and strengthening engagement with the Research Data Alliance.  ...  They are already wellconnected with primary data stakeholders (e.g. domain researchers, service organisations and the student workforce), they have the ability to deploy Capability Ramps to nurture the  ... 
doi:10.2218/ijdc.v10i1.349 fatcat:oxvnxxzqufdpjinkiguo7lqqiy

Visions of the Possible: Reflections on the Faculty/Student Co-Inquirer Relationship

Mary Smyers, Illinois State University, Jennifer Friberg, Lisa A. Vinney, Illinois State University, Illinois State University
2018 Teaching and Learning in Communication Sciences & Disorders  
Because the management of laryngeal cancer is multi-disciplinary in nature, this IS experience challenged students to examine IS content via the differing perspectives that shape laryngeal cancer management  ...  While SoTL is different from disciplinary research in purpose and execution, it is meritorious scholarship (Council on Academic Programs in Communication Sciences and Disorders, n.d.).  ... 
doi:10.30707/tlcsd2.1smyers fatcat:m6ophkv5jrb37etd2npocetdue

Technical Education in Jeopardy? Assessing the Interdisciplinary Faculty Structure in a University Merger [chapter]

Tea Vellamo, Elias Pekkola, Taru Siekkinen
2019 The Responsible University  
Appendix 1: List of analysed documents and data  ...  In practice, this includes establishing new interdisciplinary faculty structures to increase interaction between different fields.  ...  In practice, employing these two methods meant that the categories arose from the data, although the researchers also applied their previous knowledge of the subject and theories during the analysis process  ... 
doi:10.1007/978-3-030-25646-3_8 fatcat:6ddhdofzq5a4bmjyajyuiqighm

A systemic framework for managing e-learning adoption in campus universities: individual strategies in context

Carol Russell
2009 Research in Learning Technology  
I have drawn on ideas from organisational change management research to investigate why this is happening in one particular campus university context.  ...  The framework suggests that systemic transformation of a university's learning and teaching requires coordinated change across activities that have traditionally been managed separately in campus universities  ...  Acknowledgements I thank Professor Gilly Salmon, University of Leicester, for her supervision of the PhD research upon which this paper is based, my colleagues at UNSW for providing the data, and the anonymous  ... 
doi:10.1080/09687760802649871 fatcat:rbakk2s23bex3av3afjxfj735a

A systemic framework for managing e-learning adoption in campus universities: individual strategies in context

Carol Russell
2009 Research in Learning Technology  
I have drawn on ideas from organisational change management research to investigate why this is happening in one particular campus university context.  ...  The framework suggests that systemic transformation of a university's learning and teaching requires coordinated change across activities that have traditionally been managed separately in campus universities  ...  Acknowledgements I thank Professor Gilly Salmon, University of Leicester, for her supervision of the PhD research upon which this paper is based, my colleagues at UNSW for providing the data, and the anonymous  ... 
doi:10.3402/rlt.v17i1.10771 fatcat:7ujnre3owjaqfd73pgjt2gthcq

Discipline as Institutional Maintenance [chapter]

Andreas Rasche, Ulrich Hommel, Eric Cornuel
2014 The Institutional Development of Business Schools  
We argue that rankings as institutions can be maintained through subtle disciplinary practices that freeze power relations in recipient organizations.  ...  We show that rankings' disciplinary control stabilizes their impact and supports their further diffusion within the field of management education.  ...  BUSINESS SCHOOL RANKINGS AS DISCIPLINARY INSTITUTIONS: A FOUCAULDIAN PERSPECTIVE Foucault and Disciplinary Power Foucault's work has been the extensively discussed and applied in management studies  ... 
doi:10.1093/acprof:oso/9780198713364.003.0009 fatcat:lu6fo5dqgndjbnvyfyylnf3fxq

The T Assessment Tool: A Simple Metric for Assessing Multidisciplinary Graduate Education

P. V. August, J.M. Swift, D. Q. Kellogg, G. Page, P. Nelson, J. Opaluch, J. S. Cobb, C. Foster, A.J. Gold
2010 Natural Sciences Education  
We also thank the URI faculty who provided T profiles for this analysis. Their interest in and support of this model were extremely encouraging for us.  ...  Acknowledgments This research was sponsored by NSF IGERT grant 0504103 to the University of Rhode Island Coastal Institute.  ...  Further, the emphasis on working in multidisciplinary settings with multiple perspectives and lenses of disciplinary bias makes rapid assessment and resulting adaptation of curricula and research all the  ... 
doi:10.4195/jnrlse.2009.0004 fatcat:x5u7yh5lc5bsxdn7bxmds3ojum

Lessons From the Trenches: Students' Perspectives of Their Own Marine Transdisciplinary Education

Megan N. Wilson, Adrian E. Laufer, Erin M. Howard, Jennifer A. T. K. Wong-Ala
2021 Frontiers in Marine Science  
In this new age, complex interactions between human and natural systems exacerbate "wicked problems" that challenge researchers to engage both deep disciplinary expertise and broad integrative knowledge  ...  Oregon State University has offered such an opportunity through an NSF-funded Research Traineeship Program (NRT) for students focusing on Risk and Uncertainty Quantification and Communication in Marine  ...  AUTHOR CONTRIBUTIONS All authors designed and conducted the research. MW coordinated the writing effort. All authors edited and contributed with text.  ... 
doi:10.3389/fmars.2020.592368 fatcat:eo3hqezpijc53pdqdy3bwusx2e

The Benefits, Challenges, and Disincentives of Interdisciplinary Collaboration

Jennifer L Lanterman, Sarah J Blithe
2019 Commoning Ethnography  
It has also become common for universities to encourage their faculty to engage in interdisciplinary and collaborative research.  ...  violating methods preferences or disciplinary boundaries, and issues related to publications outside of one's field.  ...  We shared our own disciplinary knowledge with one another and ultimately still collected different data in our observations.  ... 
doi:10.26686/ce.v2i1.5399 fatcat:aqh5eogfyvfn3gxgom25s3ymue
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